Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Writing Right

ebook The Secrets of Writing: About Writing Right, #4 · About Writing Right

By D. J. Herda

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The final book in the "About Writing Right" four-book series, Volume 4 offers one of the least tapped and largest sources of information on writing right: the author's personal experience. If anyone sets out to be an author at the age of 14 or 15 and makes a go of it for the next half-century and then some, he has some stories to tell. And some information to impart. And some inspiration to share.

In this book, D. J. Herda offers all that and more. Based upon his years of teaching various writing courses and Creative Writing Workshop, plus publishing, editing, and ghostwriting experiences, he is the ultimate source of information available in this book for the first time ever. Here you'll find tips on writing, editing, publishing, marketing, self-publishing, landing a top literary agent, and much more from a ninety-book author who has spent half a century in the industry.

Are there really secrets in the pages to come? Yes—some never revealed before. And everything you read about here, as well as in the other "About Writing Right" series books, is one hundred percent accurate and based upon first-hand experience and relentless investigation. No hunches masquerading as truths. No realities hiding behind suppositions. As Sgt. Joe Friday used to say on the old television series, Dragnet: "Just the facts, ma'am. Just the facts."

Read what the author has to share based upon some of the thousands of questions asked of him over the years. Read, enjoy, learn, and prosper.

Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Writing Right